My Fading Moonlight - Poem by Maia Padua
As I gaze upon the fading stars
I hear their whispers from far cloudy sky
As the clouds hide the moon,
I tried to reach, for its moonlight beckons
But with the wandering clouds, gone my moon
My love has gone, and gone my dreams too
Those dreams we've made many years ago.
Hear my cries, o darkest cloud
Open your heart to my craving cries
Let not my withering garden dies
Let not my blooming flowers sigh
Give me back my only moonlight
My only shelter in cold, sleepless nights.
Shine on me, make my eyes glow this day of hearts
Wish for your love in this golden shadowed night
Let it just be mine, mine to feel, mine to keep
Let not fate tease me
Let my destiny be the one I pray.
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